From Armed Struggle to Peaceful Protest, a Road Still to Travel
A veteran of the Afghan jihad working for nonviolent change in Algeria
General Who Was Algeriaâ€™s De Facto Ruler Dies, Leaving a Power Vacuum
Gen. Ahmed GaÃ¯d Salah arranged the ouster of the countryâ€™s longtime president this year, while cracking down on a protest movement that demanded broader change.
Militaryâ€™s Preferred Candidate Named Winner in Algeria Election
Antigovernment protesters took to the streets to reject the vote as illegitimate. They boycotted the election, which had a record low turnout.
Unrest Marks Algerian Election, as Protesters Boycott the Vote
The protesters who toppled the longtime president say the vote is window dressing for the corrupt officials who still control the country.
Aleksei Navalny, Boris Johnson, Algeria: Your Tuesday Briefing
Hereâ€™s what you need to know.
In an Epic Standoff, Unarmed Algerians Get the Army to Blink
They protest twice a week, and the army allows it, wary of a bloody confrontation. So Algeriaâ€™s still-bloodless revolution continues.
Algeria Cancels Presidential Election, Setting Up New Impasse
The Constitutional Council scrapped the July 4 vote, giving in to the demands of protesters who had no faith in the process.
Algeriaâ€™s Turmoil Adds New Obstacle to Saving the Historic Casbah
A plan to restore the Ottoman-era district offended some for inviting help from the French, former colonizers. But the famed warren continues to decay.
Arab Spring, the Sequel
People power is contagious.
Arab Spring, Again? Nervous Autocrats Look Out Windows as Crowds Swell
The uprisings of 2011 are inspiring a new generation to challenge entrenched, authoritarian leaders. Itâ€™s raising hopes about the future, but fears, too.
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